Movie Screening: Food Matters

Hi everyone, on the back of our Food is Free event on the weekend we’re screening a stunning documentary for the community.

Ever wondered what’s in your food, or what’s NOT in your food?

Every time you eat or drink you are either feeding disease or fighting it.

Join us for the screening of this powerful documentary. Guaranteed to change the way you look at the food on your plate…

Inspiring ideas and action for communities.

Brought to you by Alpine Permablitz and Mountain Health. We’ll also share more info about our Permablitzing group and the Grower’s Co op on the night.

SCREENING ON: Friday, 13th March at 7:00pm
Mt Beauty Auditorium @ Visitor Info Centre
$5 entry fee for adults
Kids under 15 free
Proceeds to Alpine Permablitz Kids Craft Club
“Your body is worthy of good care and no one is more suitably qualified to care for it than yourself.” Know what you’re putting in.

Details below and we all hope to see you there!

The Alpine Permablitz Collective
Alpine Permablitz – Food Is Free ProjectFood Matters screening Fri 13 March   Watch the trailer!  


https://www.minds.com/blog/view/282282199510683648/whistleblower-reveals-how-big-pharma-corps-profit-from-lifelong-disease

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Janet

Originally from sugar cane farming in North Queensland, one of six kids with parents who always grew their own food. During my years at the bank in Sydney as Sustainability Work Stream Leader I was charged with researching sustainability issues and helping the staff in our department learn how to reduce their impact on the world; at the office, in the home, and garden. I gathered knowledge on consumption, waste and procurement dependance and implemented learnings for our staff that was a real eye opener for everyone. Our reliance on natural resources and vast international systems to entertain, feed, and clothe us makes us vulnerable, and though our collective attitude in decades' past to consumption and waste is slowly changing, more needs to be done to increase our grass roots resilience and self-reliance, both personally and in our communities. We're igniting a local movement towards greater self-reliance, food security, good health, collaboration, sharing of skills, ideas, hard work and laughs. I love growing organic heirloom vegetables and living as chemically free as possible. When we garden we truly find ourselves and each other. Join 'The Blitz List' Email Signup to subscribe to the Blog and get all the info and happenings. http://alpinepermablitz.com.au/join-the-blitz-list/

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